The PGDM program is delivered in 6 terms; each term spread over 3 calendar months. In the two years of the PGDM Program, the students are exposed to modules which give them an Orientation to Management (Term 1), Organisational Perspective (Term 2) and Integrated Management Perspective. In the first year of the Program, students imbibe foundation concepts and building blocks of management.

The second year offers a choice of a number of electives in a range of areas that provide for specialisation. As many as 80 different courses are offered as electives, and fall into one of the following sub-areas:

  • Economics, Strategy and International Business
  • OB and HR, Leadership and Negotiations
  • Communications and New and Social Media
  • Technology and Operations Management
  • Finance and Accounting Management
  • Marketing, Branding and Customer Service
  • Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Family Business.

Term 1 (July to September)

  1. Managerial Skills
  2. Managing Groups and Teams
  3. Excel Workshop
  4. ELS Workshop
  5. Financial Accounting
  6. Leadership Labs
  7. Optimisation and Simulation Modeling
  8. Marketing Management
  9. Microeconomics
  10. FIELD 1 (Field Immersion Experiences for Leadership Development)
  11. Career Trek 1

Term 2 (October to 15 January)

  1. Strategic Leadership
  2. Corporate Finance
  3. Finance
  4. HRM
  5. Information Management
  6. Macroeconomics
  7. Operations
  8. Career Trek 2
  9. Spoken Business Communications

Term 3 (15 January to 15 April)

  1. Ethics in Management
  2. Data Analysis and Decision Making
  3. Managerial Accounting
  4. Strategy beyond Markets
  5. Legal Aspects of Business
  6. Business Research Methods
  7. FIELD 2
  8. Written Analysis and Communications (WAC)

Area: Economics, International Business and Government

  1. Growth and Stabilization in the Global Economy
  2. The International Economy
  3. The Economics of Internet Search
  4. Nations, Politics & Markets
  5. Business in the Global Political Environment
  6. Building Sustainable Cities & Infrastructure
  7. 12 Design ideas that changed the world
  8. Health Care Policy, Finance & Economics

Area: Managing Organisations, OB and HR

  1. Human Resource Planning and Acquisition
  2. Performance Appraisal and capability building
  3. Talent Management Strategy
  4. Industrial Relations and Labor Laws
  5. Managing Change and Transformation
  6. Cross Cultural Management
  7. HR Analytics (outsourced)
  8. Negotiation
  9. Power and Influence
  10. Building High Performance Culture
  11. Redesigning work for 21st Century Managers
  12. Leadership and Corporate Accountability

Area: Management

  1. Family Enterprise Management
  2. Power and Influence
  3. Entrepreneurship
  4. Managing Change and Transformation
  5. Venture Capital and Finance of Innovation
  6. Social Entrepreneurship
  7. Business at the base of the Pyramid
  8. Innovating in Health Care
  9. Create New Venture: from idea to launch
  10. International Business Strategy

Area: Marketing

  1. Marketing & Electronics Commerce
  2. Marketing Channel strategies
  3. Retailing
  4. Dynamic Marketing Strategy
  5. Customer Insights
  6. Business at the Base of the Pyramid
  7. Market research and Analytics
  8. SEO & Google Adwords (GSM)
  9. Managing Customer Value
  10. Advertising
  11. Business Marketing
  12. Biomedical Marketing
  13. Business of smart connected products (IOT)
  14. Customer Acquisition for New Ventures
  15. Brand Management

Area: Operations and Logistics

  1. Operations Strategy
  2. Enabling Technologies
  3. Quality Management
  4. Business Analytic
  5. Understanding Behavior with Big Data
  6. Supply Chain Management & Technology
  7. Managing Service Operations
  8. Data Mining and Business Intelligence
  9. Project management
  10. E commerce business models and Applications
  11. Digital innovations and transformations